GEOS-Chem model output used to assess UK public and ecosystem health benefits of emission controls
NetCDF files of data generated and used as part of Marais et al. (2023) submitted for review to AGU's GeoHealth journal. The data used, but not generated in this work are not available elsewhere and so provided here with permission from the data developers at the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (UKCEH).
A brief summary of the datasets used and generated in this work is included below. Additional details are provided as metadata in the individual NetCDF files.
Datasets used in this work:
Datasets used and not generated in this work are high-spatial-resolution senstive habitat maps and total reactive nitrogen deposition data derived for the present day.
- UKCEH sensitive habitat maps at 1 km resolution.
- UKCEH CBED nitrogen deposition to forests and to open vegetation at 5 km resolution.
Datasets generated as part of this work:
Datasets generated as part of this work include air quality concentrations, nitrogen deposition and excess deaths for the present-day (2019) and by 2030 following adoption of currently legislated or maximum technically feasible control measures.
- GEOS-Chem annual mean ambient surface concentrations of fine particulate matter (PM2.5).
- GEOS-Chem annual mean ambient surface concentrations of ammonia (NH3).
- GEOS-Chem annual total wet and dry reactive nitrogen deposition.
- UK administrative area adult premature mortality.